Jackets Required TV Presents: Episode 41 – Fall Essentials

Welcome to Jacket’s Required, hello, I’m Dominic Lacquaniti, designer and tailor.
On this week’s episode of Jackets required TV I’m going to help you plan for Fall by covering a few of the essentials you should have in your wardrobe.
First, especially is you are anywhere outside of Florida, get a nice longer coat for throwing over your suit when there’s a chill in the air. It’s your fall & winter wrapping so choose something dapper.
Be sure to have at least one soft, luxurious scarf in your fall closet to keep your face and neck warm and to prevent chapping. Cashmere is great fabric for this time of the year.
Next up – Layers. It’s the time of year where you get to add to your wearable wardrobe by creating layers. This gives you options for the various looks you can create, have some fun with it!
Toss a vest in your mix. It’s a light, smaller item to layer in and it’s helpful in keeping a stylish look intact if you need to peel off a couple of layers once you are inside.
Get yourself a nice pair of Suede ankle boots and a nice pair of wingtips to wear with socks. Have fun with your socks! They are a small, seldomly seen piece of your wardrobe but it can give you a personal touch that will make you, and possibly others, smile.
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Share with your stylish, and style-challenged friends, and be sure to let me know if you have a specific question or topic you’d like to see in the series.
Thanks for watching. See you next week. Remember, looking good is between you and your tailor…

About Dominic Laquaniti

People have always asked Dominic why he was so passionate about tailoring, styles and fabrics. For Dominic the art of tailoring runs through his blood. Growing up he was surrounded by pins and sheers and cloth, it’s all he has ever known. It’s always been a part of his family, his life. His attention to detail. His precision. The craftsmanship is something that came naturally for Dominic.


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